To learn more about customizing the badge layout and visitor information, please view the about badge settings article.

How supported visitor badges work

To automatically print badges when visitors sign in, there are certain types of you can use. Once you choose which badge type is right for your office, you’ll insert the badges into the printer. To do this, you’ll need both the badge roll and the what we call the label frame. The label frame consists of three pieces of black plastic that hold the roll in place while inside the printer. A label frame comes with your badges when you purchase from the Envoy store. If you choose to use Brother brand badges, the label frame is built-in on the badge roll.

Your badge settings will determine what gets printed on the visitor badge when they sign in.

Choosing the right type of badge

Badges can help with workplace security and help extend your brand to improve your visitor experience. Envoy supports several different types of badges to suit your needs.

Plain white badges

  • Available from the Envoy store.
  • $20 for a roll of 300 badges.
  • Badges ship to you completely blank.
  • Your visitor information and your logo (optional) print in black when visitors sign in.

Custom full color badges

  • Available from the Envoy store. $30 for a roll of 300 badges.
  • Badges ship with your logo or custom design printed on the badge in color.
  • Visitor information prints in black when the visitor signs in.
  • Learn more about custom badges.

Expiring badges

  • Available from the Envoy store. $200 for for 4 rolls. 1,000 badges total.
  • Badges ship to you completely blank.
  • Your visitor information and your logo (optional) print in black when visitors sign in.
  • Affix an expiring sticker to the back of the badge.
  • After 24 hours, a red “VOID” design appears.
  • Learn more about expiring badges.

Brother badges

  • We support several (but not all) models of Brother brand badges.
  • Purchase any supported model from the retailer of your choice.
  • Learn more about which badges we support and how to use them.
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